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How is peyronie's disease treated?
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Dr. Paul Turek
Urology
In brief: Wait, pills, surgery
Peyronie disease is a curvature of the penis, often associated with plaques and pain with erection.
In 10% of men it will resolve with time. If the curve worsens, then pills are available to help straighten it. Finally, if the curvature is extreme (such that sex is not possible) then surgery can straighten things out.

In brief: Wait, pills, surgery
Peyronie disease is a curvature of the penis, often associated with plaques and pain with erection.
In 10% of men it will resolve with time. If the curve worsens, then pills are available to help straighten it. Finally, if the curvature is extreme (such that sex is not possible) then surgery can straighten things out.
Dr. Paul Turek
Dr. Paul Turek
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In brief: Conservatively
The initial treatment for peyronie's is conservative management to include vitamin E and avoidance of further trauma to the penis.
If ths fails, there are other medications that can be used. If all medications fail, then surgery is the last resort. This includes removing the scar with a possible graft to the penis to correct the agulation and bending of the penis.

In brief: Conservatively
The initial treatment for peyronie's is conservative management to include vitamin E and avoidance of further trauma to the penis.
If ths fails, there are other medications that can be used. If all medications fail, then surgery is the last resort. This includes removing the scar with a possible graft to the penis to correct the agulation and bending of the penis.
Dr. Moez Khorsandi
Dr. Moez Khorsandi
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2 comments
Dr. Moez Khorsandi
Other medications include potaba. There are also some data that looks at injecting steroids into the lesions or a medicine called verapamil. The results are fair at best.
Dr. James Kuan
No meds used for Peyronie's are FDA approved for this condition, but are felt to be safe and provide modest results at best. Emerging medications include pentoxyfilline. Injectable collagenase / Xiaflex shows promise. "Penis physical therapy" includes vacuum erection devices or stretching devices can be used if medical grade and supervised by a urologist. 20-25% of men require surgery.
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